Thessaly (175 Subjects)
Greek uprising in Thessaly, 1878: View of Mount Pelion from the gulf of Volos.
Greek insurgents in Thessaly, during the 1878 uprising.
View of Mount Olympus from the plain of Thessaly. Mount Olympus marked the northeastern border of Greece from the Treaty of Berlin (1878) to the Treaty of Bucarest (1913).
Map of the new territories acquired by Greece after the Treaty of Berlin in 1878. Ioannina did not in fact become Greek territory until the 1913 Treaty of Bucarest, after the Balcan Wars. The proposition that it be ceded to Greece in 1878 was rejected by the Congress of Berlin due to the reaction of the Ottoman side. With the Treaty of Berlin the Kingdom of Greece acquired Arta and adjacent area.
View of Meteora.
Portrait of A. Mitsas, leading figure of the second battle of Makrynitsa in 1878.
View of Volos in 1878, showing the positions of battle during the Uprising in Thessaly (1878), and the spot where British correspondent Ogle was murdered.
Greek troops at drill.
Entrance to the Pagasetic gulf. Part of the western coast belonged to the Greek state. The central and eastern parts were acquired with the treaty of Istanbul in 1881.
Map of Central Greece, Euboea, Thessaly and Epirus.
Inn at Malakasi, Trikala. 6 September 1810.
View of Meteora, Thessaly. September 1810.
Monastery of Hagios Nikolaos Anapafsas at Meteora. 6 September 1810.
Monastery of Great Meteoron. 7 September 1810.
View of Elassona, Thessaly. September 1810.
Mount Olympus seen from Elassona, 1810.
View of Larissa. 13 September 1810.
View of Mount Olympus from the vale of Tempi. 14 September 1810.
View of the vale of Tempi. 14 September 1810.
View of the vale of Tempi. 15 September 1810.
View of the plains at Pharsala. September 1810.